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Roundtable: Telecoms & Media

Who’s Who Legal brings together Chris Watson of CMS Cameron McKenna, Peter Alexiadis of Gibson Dunn & Crutcher and Malcolm Webb of Webb Henderson to discuss the sector knowledge required to maintain a strong telecoms practice, legislative challenges and competition among law firms. 

A New EU Commission for the Digital Single Market: Time for a Legislative Rethink?

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Bernard Amory and Laurent De Muyter of Jones Day evaluate the European Commission’s ambitious task to create a connected digital single market, by setting out proposals that need the most urgent attention. "This political attention reflects the state of flux in which the industry finds itself today and the need for Europe to seize the opportunities of the digital revolution."

What Can We Learn From the EU Court of Justice’s Decision in Google V Costeja?

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Mark Watts and Hannah Crowther of Bristows discuss the nuances behind the European Union’s ruling and the finer points of EU data protection law.

Q&A

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In a wide-ranging, candid discussion, Who’s Who Legal spoke with Harry Glasspiegel, founder of Glasspiegel Consulting, about his distinguished career in the outsourcing field, what the future holds for global organisations, and the ways in which lawyers and consultants can best advise their clients on all forms of outsourcing relationships.

Discussion: Information Technology

Who’s Who Legal brings together Peter Bräutigam of Noerr and Clara-Ann Gordon of Pestalozzi to discuss key issues affecting the IT sector, including data protection, outsourcing, cloud computing and the balance between large and niche law firms servicing the market. 

Mining Roundtable

Who’s Who Legal brings together Robert Milbourne of K&L Gates, Ignacio Randle of Estudio Randle and Jim Cress of Bryan Cave to discuss the state of financing and regulatory regimes, as well as expectations for growth, in the industry.

Current Issues in Latin American Mining

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Luis Carlos Rodrigo Prado of Rodrigo, Elías & Medrano addresses the current legal, social, political and economic issues facing the mining industry in Latin America.

Increasing Transparency in the Extractive Industry: The Canadian Approach

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Darrell Podowski and Jennifer Poirier of Cassels Brock & Blackwell take an in-depth look at the Canadian government's Extractive Sector Transparency Measures Act, which will mandate the disclosure of payments that companies in the extractive industry make to governments.

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